(Champaign, IL) — The president of the University of Illinois thinks tuition should be frozen for in-state students, but says the state budget crisis may prevent that. Timothy Killeen says his goal is to restrain any tuition growth for Illinois students, but says it’s still not clear how much money the state will provide to the U. of I. or other state-funded institutions. Once that’s known, he said, it will be possible to determine if a tuition freeze can be imposed.
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